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Racism + Immigration

Let’s Talk About ‘Assimilation’

Assimilation is a tool of white supremacy which oftentimes uses non-white people to promote white power structures

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The idea of assimilation in the United States dates back to the mid-eighteenth century. At the time Benjamin Franklin and others were alarmed about the growth…




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Arturo Dominguez

Arturo Dominguez

Freelance Advocacy Journalist: Politics, Race, Extremism, Disinformation | Editor: The Antagonist Magazine | Bylines: Latino Rebels, Momentum, GEN, more | #WEOC

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